Industrial-style restaurant furniture evokes the feel of a factory, or an industrial work-space in its ambiance. Raw brickwork, exposed piping and wider spaces with large dining areas are the highlight of such a restaurant adding a raw, visceral charm to a restaurant, cafe or bar. With its inviting warm hues and the raw juxtaposition of wood, metal and leather, industrial furniture for restaurants creates an individualistic ambience for your guests. Our vintage industrial tables, chairs, bar counters and barstools for restaurants exemplify the industrial style. Get industrial furniture at wholesale prices directly from a specialty restaurant furniture: FurnitureRoots.
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Our collection of eclectic industrial cafe tables, & bar tables & industrial crank tables add an unmatched charisma and charm to your restaurant, bar or cafe
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YELLOW CHILLI RESTAURANT
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ABU DHABI, UAE
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Incorporating industrial design into your restaurant, bar or cafe decor
Industrial furniture is reminiscent of the feel of a old warehouse, industrial shed or a factory. Raw and machine-like industrial materials used to create such furniture up the intrigue & interest quotient of any space. Restaurant furniture made of wood and metal are versatile and blend well with a variety of styles ranging from rustic to modern industrial furniture.
In order to give a venue an industrial vibe, elements that would normally be hidden – such as unpainted walls, pipes and ducts – are put up in full view. Converting formal industrial spaces to restaurants is a novel concept that is gaining popularity primarily because it can easily be achieved on a budget. Discarded material can be repurposed to create an industrial restaurant décor. For instance, old and worn-out automobiles, engines or and even carts can be redesigned into a table.
Brick walls with exposed metal piping and furniture parts go a long way in crafting a modern industrial look. However, wood is also extensively used for its ability to add warmth to the otherwise visceral industrial décor by softening the roughness of metal and exposed brickwork. While it originally sprung out of economic necessity, the industrial style has evolved to a sought-after trend by many commercial and hospitality establishments.